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The International Court of Justice demands that Israel stop the operation in Rafah

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The court considered the humanitarian situation in Rafah “catastrophic” and UN officials said the situation would “further worsen” if Israel’s operation in Rafah was not halted.

The International Court of Justice ordered Israel to immediately stop its military operation in the city of Rafah in the Gaza Strip, CNN wrote.

“Israel must immediately stop its military offensive in Rafah and any other related actions, otherwise it could create intolerable living conditions for the Palestinians living in Gaza, which could lead to their total or partial physical destruction,” said the court’s chairman, Nawaf. Greetings

Salam said the court considered the humanitarian situation in Rafah “catastrophic” and UN officials said the situation would “further worsen” if Israel’s operation in Rafah was not stopped.

The International Court of Justice also noted that approximately 800,000 Palestinians have been displaced since the start of Israel’s operation in Rafah, and said that the evacuation and housing conditions provided by Israel cannot be said to be “adequate on the grounds that they are not the enormous danger facing the Palestinian population is decreasing.”

The court orders Israel to take effective steps to provide access to fact-finding missions and UN investigative bodies to investigate “allegations of genocide,” to open the Rafah border crossing for humanitarian assistance, and to report within a month about the progress related to the measures. court action was taken.

Earlier, the media reported that Israel adapted the operation in Rafah to US requirements.

80,000 people flee Gaza city of Rafah due to fighting – UN
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